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Dalton Woodland Burial Ground, Burton-in-Kendal, Cumbria

 

Regional Winner in the North of England

in

The People's Awards for the Best Natural Burial Ground in the UK 2013

"The directors and the burial ground managers ensured the day was as calm, considered and smooth as we could have hoped for. They were fantastic, such great people."

"We were very impressed with Dalton Wood and thought Francis was very nice and helpful".

 

Set in mature mixed woodland at the foot of the Dalton Crags at the heart of the Dalton Estate, Burton-in-Kendal, Cumbria, Dalton Woodland Burial is a 30 acre woodland site interspersed with natural glades, areas of limestone outcrops and large limestone boulders. 

Open 365 days a year, from dawn to dusk.

 

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Contact Francis Mason-Hornby

Site Address Dalton Hall Estate Office, Dalton Hall

Town Burton-in-Kendal

County Cumbria

PostCode LA6 1NJ

Telephone 01524 782442

Natural burial plots

Interment of ashes

Price list is on website

Memorials Memorial stone


Access

Disabled access

No appointment necessary to visit burial ground

Dogs on leads welcome

Visiting opening hours Dawn - Dusk

On site facilities Car Park


Funeral Arrangements

You may choose whichever funeral director you wish

Friends and family can undertake all or part of the funeral service themselves

Completely natural, biodegradable coffin materials

The future of the site, its maintenance and management
Managed for enhanced biodiversity

ANBG Member

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The New Natural Death Handbook fifth edition is out now, this book is a must read for everyone. Completely revised and expanded into a boxed set of three books... Read more

Credit to Will Whipple (photographer)

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